By Stan Lee
The 1st ever ibooks novel via the mythical Stan Lee, founder of surprise Comics and co-creator of Spider-Man and the X-Men! The German warfare desktop rolls throughout Europe, crushing every thing in its direction. the United States and her Allies have just recently entered the conflict, yet is turns out either side are too frivolously matched. The struggle may drag on for years, may well pass both way...until the day the saucer fell like an arrow from the heavens, bringing with it secrets and techniques of world-shattering final result. The Nazis are speedy to seize the spacecraft and its unearthly occupants; the Allies ship in a suicide squad, a gaggle snidely known as 'Logan's Losers' - to both retrieve the extraterrestrial beings and their secrets...or break them. Russia, too, learns of the downed alien craft and sends their very own agent into the center of Germany. yet there's a traitor one of the Allied invasion strength, operating to convey the Allies down from inside of, and whilst Logan ultimately reaches his aim, it's a prisoner of the 3rd Reich, sentenced to die on the hand of an outdated, implacable enemy.
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He concentrated on one thought, hoping he could plant it in the German’s minds. “We escaped out the window. , the bark of a dog. qrk 8/16/01 2:58 PM Page 28 T H E A L I E N FA C T O R * * * Four soldiers leaped out of the half-track and took up positions in a wide circle around it. The one closest to the old man pointed his rifle directly at the center of his forehead. “Guten Tag,” said Borck, stepping down. “You have nothing to fear from us,” said Marcel’s grandfather, putting his arm around Papeau’s broad shoulders.
His arm felt fine. He whacked it with a thick stick, and studied it for cracks. Nothing. He whacked it harder. Nothing. On the third try, the stick shattered. He picked up a jagged rock and tried to scratch the cast. The sharp edge slid over the surface like new shoes on ice. He braced himself, placing the cast on top of a boulder. With a grunt, he brought down a fist-sized stone. It bounced off, putting a sting in his striking arm. The cast was unmarked, but the stone had crushed flat on one side.
His grandfather had said he was sure that his son had slipped away to join the Free French army in Equatorial Africa. But how could his father get there? No, it was far more likely that the Germans had simply shot him. Several weeks before he disappeared, someone had killed a German in Vannes and they had chosen ten men at random for the firing squad. Maybe they plucked Papa from the street and shot him for calling them the Bosch, or simply because they didn’t like his look. No, Marcel’s former life was dead.
Alien Factor by Stan Lee